Death Barn. Lana and the Cheerleader Girl are tied to posts. Is this the same barn where Louise got hot and heavy with Clark's dad? Lana asks Coach Suicide what he's doing. Cheerleader Girl says that he doesn't have to do this. He takes a gasoline can and starts pouring it around, and tells them they're going to pay for what they did to his daughter. Lana asks what he's talking about. He heard them at the hospital. Oops! He tells them that they should have been looking out for his daughter. Lana says they didn't cause the accident. Well, I'm not picky. He can kill you anyway. He tells them that his little girl was out alone because of them. Cheerleader Girl is looking really sooty. She's a hell of a crier. "It wasn't our fault!" she wails. Coach Suicide pours the gas as he gets mad for blaming himself all this time. Lana says this is not the way. Shut up, Lana. "You two killed her," Coach says. See? Coaches are scary. Coach turns on his lighter. He tosses it. "No!" the girls scream. In slow motion, the altar to his daughter is aflame. Coach kneels. Slow-motion screaming and struggling. Artsy shot of the coach looking at the flames. The camera pans across the photos. Lana winces. Outside shot of the barn-looking house on fiya.
Clark and L'il Dead Zone pull up in the newly repaired red truck. When did Clark figure out that he could drive without wearing his glasses? Clark tells L'ilDZ to stay in the car. L'ilDZ doesn't want to. Clark busts open the house door and sees the girls inside. He says, "Lana?" instead of trying to help her. Lana tells Clark to save Cheerleader Girl. The Coach puts a hand on Clark. Clark tosses him aside. L'il Dead Zone comes in. He tells Clark he'll get Cheerleader Girl. Clark had already forgotten all about her. The two free the girls of their ropes. The coach screams about just wanting to be with his daughter. Clark helps Lana up. Clark yells for the coach to get out of there. Clark rushes out with the girls while L'il Dead Zone stays behind, for no reason. Oh, here's the reason: Coach has to touch him so that they can do a cool orange flash-forward that's actually flashing to the present time when the coach is about to die. Nicely done. Lots of orange flashing. "You! It's all your fault!" the coach yells.